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1 hr ago | TreeHugger
Americans eat less than 15 pounds of seafood per person each year, which is very little compared to the 202 pounds of red meat and poultry consumed annually.
5 hrs ago | Mississippi Business Journal
More than 2,000 red snapper were recently released on an artificial reef south of Ship Island in order to produce more of this fish that is so popular along the Gulf Coast.
10 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
In the decade before Greece's debt crisis, businessman Aristides Belles rode a wave of acquisitions to turn his company, Nireus Aquaculture SA, into one of the largest fish farmers in the world-a staple of supermarket shelves across Europe.
13 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Vancouver chef Ned Bell is cycling from coast to coast in an effort to get Canadians to think about the fish and seafood they eat.
17 hrs ago | YourObserver
Join us with chef Tommy Klauber, of the Sarasota-Manatee Originals, as we take a field trip to harvest fresh local clams with family owned Two Docks Shellfish.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has today released the results of a survey asking New Zealanders what they think about our aquaculture industry.
Alain Bosse has been cooking mussels for more than 30 years in his restaurants and wants to spread the love to home cooks who might be neophytes and to longtime fans who are seeking new ways to serve the tasty molluscs.
With globally increasing demand for fish and fish based products, compound feed demand in the aquatic animal's food industry is also expected to increase at a CAGR of 2.1% in terms of volume for the period of 2014 to 2020.
Plan changes to enable three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds were signed off today by Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith at a function at the Marlborough District Council with Mayor Alistair Sowman and representatives from NZ King Salmon.
On Friday, 2,000 red snapper bred as part of a research program were released into their new home: an artificial reef off the coast of Ship Island, according to GulfLive.com.
When they arrive at the processing plant, the fish that have been cursed as a menace to American lakes and rivers are raked onto a conveyer belt, some of them still flopping.
Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered the biological flaw that is responsible for the death of 90 percent of fish larvae.
Update: 1:02PM SMALLHOLDER tilapia farmers from the Western Division are working in a cluster program that brings together competitors to improve production.
AquaBounty posts $3.5m loss in first half, says 'no scientific reason' why FDA shouldn't give GE salmon the green light AquaBounty's GE salmon present the opportunity for a new, more sustainable fish farming business that will create American jobs and reduce dependence on imported Atlantic salmon, says CEO Dr Ron Stotish AquaBounty Technologies - ... (more)
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 08:49 pm
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